Raiders vs Lions PrizePicks Plays for Jakobi Meyers, Jahmyr Gibbs

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Gregory Shamus/Getty Images. Pictured: Jahmyr Gibbs (left).

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Jakobi Meyers

More Than 5 Receptions

Meyers has at least five receptions in five of the six games he’s played in this season, and he’s gotten double-digit targets in four games.

If there was ever a game that you could expect Meyers to be busy, it’s this one. The Lions are laying seven points at most sportsbooks and coming off a blowout loss to the Ravens. Add in the potentially raucous atmosphere for a Monday Night Football game, and we’re going to operate under the assumption that Detroit will come out and dominate.

Jimmy Garoppolo has looked Meyers’ way a lot, as well. With the veteran coming back tonight, that’s a boost for this pick.

Both Sean Koerner and Chris Raybon are projecting Meyers for 5.3 receptions, so we’ll lock this one in while we can.

Jahmyr Gibbs

Less Than 71.5 Rushing Yards

I get why some would be skeptical of this one after I just said I expect the Lions to dominate, which would hypothetically lead to them running the ball more. Gibbs is likely the RB1 tonight without David Montgomery, as he was last week in Baltimore. I’m unsure he’ll get the same kind of role, though.

We didn’t get to see how Gibbs would be featured in a positive or neutral game script last week since Baltimore was up 28-0 before I had time to settle in for kickoff. The 2023 first-round pick had an efficient game, though with 11 carries for 68 rushing yards and nine catches for 58 yards.

Raybon projects Gibbs for 62 rushing yards, thinking he won’t get the full workload and that Craig Reynolds will also be mixed in. It’s also not like the Lions will slow down and stop throwing entirely since Goff is generally efficient all over the field.

Gibbs has breakout potential, but we’re yet to see that the Lions will let him. For now, go less than this total.

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